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Jan 12, 2013 9:00am EST
will do well. i am not sure you want to make a case for a society based on that. >> host: sandy's e-mail, who would you like to see as our next president? >> guest: we studiously avoided endorsing presidents, congressman, rep. we have said publicly the plans put forth by romney and obama certainly on taxes alone the obama plan is an equitable plan for the country as a whole, no doubt about that, we have said that. what is amazing is we talked about how mild that is compared to the way we use to deal with those issues. is certainly better than a system that lets somebody of romney's wealth pay 14% of income in federal taxes. that is a rage is. >> host: toward the end of the campaign, the 2012 campaign republicans started saying everybody should participate pointing out 50% of americans are not paying any income tax. what is your view on that? >> guest: the income keeps going down. you reach a point where ordinarily i would agree and say absolutely. everyone should be participating in the society. the income keeps going down for those people at the bottom, and i don't know how you can
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2013 12:00pm EST
society based on that. >> host: sandy's e-mail: who would you like to see as our next president? >> guest: we've, i think, studiously avoided endorsing presidents, congressmen, representatives. we've said publicly during this book that of the plans put forth by romney and obama, certainly on the taxes alone, the obama plan is a more, we think, equitable plan for the country as a whole. no doubt about that. and, you know, and we've said that. but what's amazing as we've talked about today is how mild that is compared to the way we used to deal with those issues. but that was certainly better in a system -- than a system that lets somebody of romney's wealth pay 14 president of his -- 14% of his income in federal taxes. that's just outrageous. >> host: now, on the other side, toward the end of this 2012 campaign, the republican side started saying, well, everybody should participate pointing out that 40, 50% of americans do not pay any income tax. >> guest: right. >> host: what's your view on that? >> guest: well, the problem is if the income keeps going down, i mean, you reach a
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